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Lurkerz1 wrote

A Nikon D5600 18-55mm camera with a extreme 64GB SD card full retail was like 900-1,000...man that was a good day.

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FULLCOMMUNIST wrote

How did you manage to cop this? Was it from a retail store or what?

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Lurkerz1 wrote

From Targay it was only spiderwrapped while they had cheaper cameras behind glass I dunno I took advantage of the opportunity and bounced lol

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youbuyingweselling wrote (edited )

a painting by a famous artist. i cant go into much detail obviously. i cant guess the dollar value on it and cant get it apraised and probably will never sell it, so the retail value is near to zero but the inherent personal value to me is priceless. i own a original by one of the most famous modern (1970s) artists of our time.

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lifterlife wrote (edited )

I boosted enough money selling makeup to girls on the internet to buy an iPhone 8 Plus, does that count?

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Throwdown321 wrote

yes it does, you can steal many thing that total in the hundreds or thousands,.

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ziq wrote (edited )

A new bathtub that I used as a pond and now a planter. Saw a few of them outside a warehouse and dragged it for an hour to get it home.

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bwqrdsaf wrote

A $1,000 computer that I just wheeled out. Employees ignored me since I was holding days old store receipt, they probably wouldn't know until later when they find out a computer is missing.

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Avalon wrote

Should have gotten an even better one lol. I still don't get how some people walk out with shit, because to do that you'd have to walk through the registers with your items which would be extremely suspicious.

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Lifted_Hickory wrote

$1700 worth of paint. $1000 Traeger smoker and 5 bags of wood pellets worth $20 each. An $800 Traeger smoker and 4 bags of the same previously stated pellets. Those were all separate occasions.

On one trip I got a $400 Breville juicer and $400 Breville convection oven together.

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timthetinman wrote

Most expensive single item was a gaming laptop which was really stupidly left out on the side after a demonstration. Best batch though was the day I managed to take out 6 high power drills and flip them all by the end of the day, must have made just over £3k, but I'd never risk moving that much at once again, it was just pure dumb luck.

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Happy202 wrote

What brand? I’m trying to get into selling products to get money. What type of products and brads should I steal

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timthetinman wrote

Gaming laptop was an Acer Predator, and the drills were all DeWalts. It's best to lift whatever looks nicest in my experience with power tools, the grittier looking ones tend to only sell to professionals who won't spend as much as a hobbyist on craigslist

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Azballer97 wrote

Probably 2 pairs of oakleys from a bike shop for almost $400..

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Lifted_Hickory wrote

I got all mine just straight walkout after I had scouted, and it was all far from home so I didn't care if they tried to ID me. Also used a fake plate on vehicle.

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Throwdown321 wrote

its a series of things that equal alot, the single most expensive item was a GBA, i was stealing it left and right from best buys, before they put them in display cases,(my original was broken out of rage by family member, because i accidentally broke the crappy lock of a case from marshalls that was given to him. other things is MAGIC CARDS, i stole so much that i could barely fit in my pocket.

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Positif wrote

A coach t-shirt today from the mall. It was $150. I'm still new to lifting so tbh I don't even know how I pulled it off lol.

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lift2lift wrote

2 north face jackets priced at $250 and an Eddie Bauer jacket priced at $200. All separate times.

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Hermes wrote

A €350 knee-length puffy down coat. I removed the tag the previous day. The next day I just put it on and walked out.

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LiftedAndGifted wrote

When Dyson was brand new years ago i got a $600 model from Walmart. And before they put nest thermostats behind glass i got about 6 of the $249 stats in a 2 week period

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